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Xcel Energy Inc. became the first major U.S. utility owner to pledge to fully phase out carbon-dioxide emissions that cause global warming.

The company, which serves 3.6 million customers from Michigan to New Mexico, plans to meet its objective using renewable energy and technologies that aren't commercially available yet, according to a statement Tuesday.

Xcel did not pledge to quit fossil fuels. The company would consider using systems designed to capture and trap carbon dioxide emissions from gas or coal plants, said Lisa Kiava, a spokeswoman.

"All technologies must be on the table," Kiava said. "We are willing to explore all of them, including ones that are not yet cost effective."

Xcel's push comes as wind and solar energy have become cheap enough to compete with conventional forms of electricity generation. Other utilities have goals to reduce carbon emissions by as much as 80 percent. But Xcel's goal is the most ambitious to date, according to Bloomberg NEF analyst Colleen Regan.

"We should expect to see other utilities follow suit. Maybe not tomorrow, but eventually," Regan said in an email. "Xcel ups the ante."

Xcel's goal includes reducing its carbon emissions 80 percent by 2030, from 2005 levels. The Minneapolis-based company is already one of the largest U.S. wind farm operators.

In September, California Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation that would require all of the state's electricity to come from carbon-free sources by 2045. The U.S. Energy Information Administration said on Tuesday that coal consumption this year was expected to be the lowest in 39 years.

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4 minutes ago, benson13 said:

Xcel Energy Inc. became the first major U.S. utility owner to pledge to fully phase out carbon-dioxide emissions that cause global warming.

The company, which serves 3.6 million customers from Michigan to New Mexico, plans to meet its objective using renewable energy and technologies that aren't commercially available yet, according to a statement Tuesday.

Xcel did not pledge to quit fossil fuels. The company would consider using systems designed to capture and trap carbon dioxide emissions from gas or coal plants, said Lisa Kiava, a spokeswoman.

"All technologies must be on the table," Kiava said. "We are willing to explore all of them, including ones that are not yet cost effective."

Xcel's push comes as wind and solar energy have become cheap enough to compete with conventional forms of electricity generation. Other utilities have goals to reduce carbon emissions by as much as 80 percent. But Xcel's goal is the most ambitious to date, according to Bloomberg NEF analyst Colleen Regan.

"We should expect to see other utilities follow suit. Maybe not tomorrow, but eventually," Regan said in an email. "Xcel ups the ante."

Xcel's goal includes reducing its carbon emissions 80 percent by 2030, from 2005 levels. The Minneapolis-based company is already one of the largest U.S. wind farm operators.

In September, California Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation that would require all of the state's electricity to come from carbon-free sources by 2045. The U.S. Energy Information Administration said on Tuesday that coal consumption this year was expected to be the lowest in 39 years.

and after those legislating this decree are out of office, the legislation can be reversed as easy as it was added.  Always recognize where eternity sorts out being eternally separated now. Life is contained to adapt or become extinct and those socially adopting hypothetical standards take out a larger population when it fails to stay in relationship of naturally sorted out here.

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10 minutes ago, benson13 said:

Xcel Energy Inc. became the first major U.S. utility owner to pledge to fully phase out carbon-dioxide emissions that cause global warming.

The company, which serves 3.6 million customers from Michigan to New Mexico, plans to meet its objective using renewable energy and technologies that aren't commercially available yet, according to a statement Tuesday.

Xcel did not pledge to quit fossil fuels. The company would consider using systems designed to capture and trap carbon dioxide emissions from gas or coal plants, said Lisa Kiava, a spokeswoman.

"All technologies must be on the table," Kiava said. "We are willing to explore all of them, including ones that are not yet cost effective."

Xcel's push comes as wind and solar energy have become cheap enough to compete with conventional forms of electricity generation. Other utilities have goals to reduce carbon emissions by as much as 80 percent. But Xcel's goal is the most ambitious to date, according to Bloomberg NEF analyst Colleen Regan.

"We should expect to see other utilities follow suit. Maybe not tomorrow, but eventually," Regan said in an email. "Xcel ups the ante."

Xcel's goal includes reducing its carbon emissions 80 percent by 2030, from 2005 levels. The Minneapolis-based company is already one of the largest U.S. wind farm operators.

In September, California Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation that would require all of the state's electricity to come from carbon-free sources by 2045. The U.S. Energy Information Administration said on Tuesday that coal consumption this year was expected to be the lowest in 39 years.

Xcel Energy...

 

DENVER (AP) — "A utility serving 3.6 million electricity customers in eight states said Tuesday it will "try" to eliminate all its carbon emissions from electrical generation by 2050.

 

That should bring in the suckers to buy their stock.   LOL

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yet another taxpayer money grab just like solar for every home.

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Comrade personreal....whats Putin doing with renewable energy?

ask him when you suck his dick

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7 minutes ago, personreal said:

Xcel Energy...

 

DENVER (AP) — "A utility serving 3.6 million electricity customers in eight states said Tuesday it will "try" to eliminate all its carbon emissions from electrical generation by 2050.

 

That should bring in the suckers to buy their stock.   LOL

The taxes raised from legal marijuana keep this crap going as a political alternative.  Read statement as written, participation trophy for trying mentality as it won't work and they keep the money spent orchestrating the hoax.

 

legal collusion and conspiring going on here unless you envoke the rico laws for organizing fraud to come into reality and those doing it get to claim they went bankrupt trying.

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You've chosen to ignore content by sole result.
 
 
 
Like the rest of the Room has....

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8 minutes ago, benson13 said:

Comrade personreal....whats Putin doing with renewable energy?

Probably nothing...now that Hillary sold him our uranium.   

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do you and your rednecks need that Uranium thing splained to you again????

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22 minutes ago, benson13 said:

Xcel Energy Inc. became the first major U.S. utility owner to pledge to fully phase out carbon-dioxide emissions that cause global warming.

The company, which serves 3.6 million customers from Michigan to New Mexico, plans to meet its objective using renewable energy and technologies that aren't commercially available yet, according to a statement Tuesday.

Xcel did not pledge to quit fossil fuels. The company would consider using systems designed to capture and trap carbon dioxide emissions from gas or coal plants, said Lisa Kiava, a spokeswoman.

"All technologies must be on the table," Kiava said. "We are willing to explore all of them, including ones that are not yet cost effective."

Xcel's push comes as wind and solar energy have become cheap enough to compete with conventional forms of electricity generation. Other utilities have goals to reduce carbon emissions by as much as 80 percent. But Xcel's goal is the most ambitious to date, according to Bloomberg NEF analyst Colleen Regan.

"We should expect to see other utilities follow suit. Maybe not tomorrow, but eventually," Regan said in an email. "Xcel ups the ante."

Xcel's goal includes reducing its carbon emissions 80 percent by 2030, from 2005 levels. The Minneapolis-based company is already one of the largest U.S. wind farm operators.

In September, California Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation that would require all of the state's electricity to come from carbon-free sources by 2045. The U.S. Energy Information Administration said on Tuesday that coal consumption this year was expected to be the lowest in 39 years.

You own shares in this company...now yer promoting them here.

 

 

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Just now, benson13 said:

Xcel Energy Inc. became the first major U.S. utility owner to pledge to fully phase out carbon-dioxide emissions that cause global warming.

The company, which serves 3.6 million customers from Michigan to New Mexico, plans to meet its objective using renewable energy and technologies that aren't commercially available yet, according to a statement Tuesday.

Xcel did not pledge to quit fossil fuels. The company would consider using systems designed to capture and trap carbon dioxide emissions from gas or coal plants, said Lisa Kiava, a spokeswoman.

"All technologies must be on the table," Kiava said. "We are willing to explore all of them, including ones that are not yet cost effective."

Xcel's push comes as wind and solar energy have become cheap enough to compete with conventional forms of electricity generation. Other utilities have goals to reduce carbon emissions by as much as 80 percent. But Xcel's goal is the most ambitious to date, according to Bloomberg NEF analyst Colleen Regan.

"We should expect to see other utilities follow suit. Maybe not tomorrow, but eventually," Regan said in an email. "Xcel ups the ante."

Xcel's goal includes reducing its carbon emissions 80 percent by 2030, from 2005 levels. The Minneapolis-based company is already one of the largest U.S. wind farm operators.

In September, California Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation that would require all of the state's electricity to come from carbon-free sources by 2045. The U.S. Energy Information Administration said on Tuesday that coal consumption this year was expected to be the lowest in 39 years.

Nice.

3.6 million.

Now, considering not one country that signed on to reduce emissions has actually reduced emissions and instead has increased emissions with the biggest culprit being China ....

Can you do the math ...Benny boy .

 

 

 

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5 minutes ago, personreal said:

You own shares in this company...now yer promoting them here.

 

 

Isn't that spamming or just not being completely honest, which makes his use of vocabulary corrupted with the intention to mislead. That is conspiring.

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Shipping, World Trade and the Reduction of CO2 Emissions

www.ics-shipping.org/docs/default-source/resources/...

world trade, only produced about 2.2% of the world’s total GHG emissions during 2012 compared to 2.8% in 2007. Total shipping emissions have reduced by over 10% during the same period.2 The shipping industry is the only industrial sector which is already covered by a legally-binding global agreement to reduce its CO 2 emissions, through

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1 minute ago, sole result said:

Isn't that spamming or just not being completely honest, which makes his use of vocabulary corrupted with the intention to mislead. That is conspiring.

I thought there was a rule against promoting/spamming businesses, etc. here.

 

I don't remember for sure so I reported the OP just in case.  

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Shipping, World Trade and the Reduction of CO2 Emissions

www.ics-shipping.org/docs/default-source/resources/...

world trade, only produced about 2.2% of the world’s total GHG emissions during 2012 compared to 2.8% in 2007. Total shipping emissions have reduced by over 10% during the same period.2 The shipping industry is the only industrial sector which is already covered by a legally-binding global agreement to reduce its CO 2 emissions, through

SOOOOO????

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4 minutes ago, personreal said:

I thought there was a rule against promoting/spamming businesses, etc. here.

 

I don't remember for sure so I reported the OP just in case.  

why report it, deal with the dishonest within the thread. Let those believing nobody can understand the self evidetn face some one able to comprehend perpetual balancing that separates the total sum of past, present, adding details never duplicated again here.

 

Power of suggestion working against extablished powers of persuading individuals to abandon their genetic displacement now for a career in acting out hypothetical standards cradle to grave as historically done so far.

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Just now, personreal said:

Xcel Energy...

 

DENVER (AP) — "A utility serving 3.6 million electricity customers in eight states said Tuesday it will "try" to eliminate all its carbon emissions from electrical generation by 2050.

 

That should bring in the suckers to buy their stock.   LOL

Benny boy doesn't realize that none of these feel good environmental tech stories designed to promote investment have done absolutely nothing to stop emissions from increasing ..even with countless billions being thrown at the problem.

And what I find hilarious is that since those climate accords were signed .....emissions have increased drastically and have not decreased...

So whom is benefiting from all of this ...?

Because it certainly isn't our environment ....

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43 minutes ago, benson13 said:

Xcel Energy Inc. became the first major U.S. utility owner to pledge to fully phase out carbon-dioxide emissions that cause global warming.

The company, which serves 3.6 million customers from Michigan to New Mexico, plans to meet its objective using renewable energy and technologies that aren't commercially available yet, according to a statement Tuesday.

Xcel did not pledge to quit fossil fuels. The company would consider using systems designed to capture and trap carbon dioxide emissions from gas or coal plants, said Lisa Kiava, a spokeswoman.

"All technologies must be on the table," Kiava said. "We are willing to explore all of them, including ones that are not yet cost effective."

Xcel's push comes as wind and solar energy have become cheap enough to compete with conventional forms of electricity generation. Other utilities have goals to reduce carbon emissions by as much as 80 percent. But Xcel's goal is the most ambitious to date, according to Bloomberg NEF analyst Colleen Regan.

"We should expect to see other utilities follow suit. Maybe not tomorrow, but eventually," Regan said in an email. "Xcel ups the ante."

Xcel's goal includes reducing its carbon emissions 80 percent by 2030, from 2005 levels. The Minneapolis-based company is already one of the largest U.S. wind farm operators.

In September, California Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation that would require all of the state's electricity to come from carbon-free sources by 2045. The U.S. Energy Information Administration said on Tuesday that coal consumption this year was expected to be the lowest in 39 years.

🤣Wait till their customers are paying 3 to 4 times for the same energy. We'll see how long their puppy dog pledge lasts.

 

God damn these lefties are stupid as hell. 

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I've got 50,000 Shares of ENPH....thinking about doubling it on this tramp downturn....It should Triple once we get the gop Clowns out of the way.

 

Dow down 400 pts...and ENPH is Up 2%

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